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BBC news for Kincardineshire

Buses bound for Mexico in £44m double-decker deal

Larbert-based Alexander Dennis will build 90 low-emission buses for shipping to Mexico City.

Couple targeted by gang in Grangemouth street assault

The man and woman were attacked by up to eight people after being followed from a Grangemouth pub.

Work begins on £1bn housing development to build 3,000 houses

Bertha Park village in Perth will include 3,000 houses, a new high school and retail units.

Motorcyclist from Bo'ness died in crash near Glencoe

Adam Johnston, 56, died in hospital following the crash on the A82 in the Highlands on Sunday.

Live BBC World News

Trump says he is willing to 'close government' to build Mexico wall

The president takes aim at opponents at an Arizona rally but misquotes his Charlottesville response.

USS John S. McCain: US Navy sacks Joseph Aucoin as fleet commander

The move to replace Vice Adm Aucoin follows a series of collisions involving US warships in Asia.

Kim Wall: Headless body identified as missing journalist

Police match Kim Wall's DNA, 13 days after she disappeared on a submarine with a Danish inventor.

Walmart and Google to offer voice-enabled shopping

Step aside Amazon Alexa - soon you will be able to order Walmart products using Google Assistant.

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